Noted aqueous hybrid ion battery manufacturer Aquion Energy has, along with the inverter manufacturer Ideal Power, tested and verified the compatibility of Ideal Power’s Power Conversion Systems (PCS) with its AHI battery solution, according to recent reports.
The PCS systems from Ideal Power underwent testing + validation at Aquion Energy’s labs as a means of verifying the operational compatibility of the two offerings (from the two different companies) under normal conditions.
The findings of the testing process were pretty clear, apparently — with Ideal Power’s PCS being shown to be a great fit for Aquion Energy’s battery solutions systems. This includes all of the potential applications of the AHI batteries, across all residential, commercial, or microgrid, applications.
“After testing Ideal Power’s systems, we’ve determined that the performance and flexibility of their PCS is a great match for our batteries,” stated Ted Wiley, Co-Founder and Vice President of Product and Corporate Strategy at Aquion Energy. “We want to ensure that our AHI batteries work with the leading PCS systems in the market so that our customers can optimize the performance of our batteries. We’re confident in recommending Ideal Power’s PCS to our customers for their storage applications.”
“Aquion’s Aqueous Hybrid Ion chemistry is a safe, sustainable, and cost-effective energy storage solution for both microgrid and off-grid applications. Their batteries are a perfect match for our new microgrid-forming products,” stated Ryan O’Keefe, Senior Vice President of Business Development at Ideal Power.
Yet another news item to that makes me lean towards the bullish side on Aquion’s prospects.
Image Credit: Aquion Energy
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